Thursday, December 14, 2006

Carter-Appointed Judge Blesses Catholic-Bashing

The Roman Catholic church teaches and preaches that homosexual "marriage" is a fiction and that homosexual "adoptions" are bad for the adopted children.

Not exactly news, right?

You'd sorta expect that the San Fran crowd would not like the Church's teaching, and they don't.

The governing body of the city of San Francisco - the Board of Supervisors - voted unanimously to approve a resolution blasting the Catholic Church for its opposition to homosexual adoption. That resolution has been deemed "constitutional" by Federal Judge Marily Hall Patel

[A ruling which will be appealed.]

Not exactly news, right? Wacko 9th-circuit unter-judge makes stupid ruling. Big deal.

HERE'S the news:

In her decision upholding the resolution against the Law Center's constitutional challenge, the federal judge defended the City by essentially claiming that the Church invited the attack by publicly expressing its teaching on moral issues. In her written opinion, the judge stated, "The Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith provoked this debate, indeed may have invited entanglement, by its [doctrinal] statement. This court does not find that our case law requires political bodies to remain silent in the face of this provocation."

Hitler and Goebbels would have been proud of this judge-ette.


Anonymous said...

So basically, we got what we deserved for doing what's constitutionally protected...adhereing to and teaching our faith.

Guess this judge would just prefer Catholics shut up. The hatred of Catholicism that permeates from her and cities like San Fran is disgusting.

Furthering my feeling that San Fran is the modern-day Sodom and Gomorrah.

Billiam said...

It's going to spread. That kind of thing will be nation wide within 25 years.

Anonymous said...


I agree with you. In the next 25 years, don't be surprised if Christianity - and Catholicism in particular - is borderline, if not outright, illegal.

Dad29 said...

Buy more ammo.

P.I. Mom said...

So - sermons based on the Bible are a provocation, but the sermons my 13 YO daughter is expected to listen to at school about "alternative" lifestyles, condom use and how we evolved from monkeys is education. Wow. We've come a long way, baby.